updated July 3rd, 2024





Happenings at Several Schools

In recent weeks and months, students from several classes organized fundraising events ...





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Happenings at Several Schools

at schools for their projects, as part of a course taught by IPA. It is not easy to generate money for a project with such an activity. The effort involved is high, while there is no guarantee of any income. But the students are committed and they learn a great deal in the process. At Wohlen Highschool, a volleyball tournament was organized with 18 teams playing at a very good level to support a drinking water well project in Cameroon. At Muri Secondary School there was a sponsored run, while Hottingen Highschool was the scene of a cake sale. Youngsters from Zollikon- Zumikon Secondary School were working for their partner school in Malawi during the 'Helping Days'. And everywhere the positive feedback abounded, which is just as important as the fundraising for the projects since the young people are encouraged to do good.




Meaningful in two ways: doing sports and supporting a project